News Quotes And Sayings

Quotes And Sayings About News

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The only thing I'd ever done with news was to read copy sitting at the microphone in the studio.
~By Ed Bradley ~


When was the last time you heard news accounts of a boatload of American refugees arrive on the shores of another country?
~By Marco Rubio ~


People looking at advertisements or reading their local newspapers would have had no idea that what they were reading was bought and paid for with their tax dollars.
~By George Miller ~


It's interesting actually, what's gone on with that footage, and also what happened with the footage from the war in Afghanistan, is that our news reporting is pretty much along the lines of pornography now.
~By Alex Cox ~


The one good thing about television is the money; you can make a lot more money than in newspapers.
~By Will McDonough ~


I wrote things for the school's newspaper, and - like all teenagers - I dabbled in poetry.
~By Stephen Colbert ~


So at 16 I got a job at the local radio station. And I was working after school and weekends. I did the news; I did everything. I did - played records.
~By Dick Van Dyke ~


In the case of news, we should always wait for the sacrament of confirmation.
~By Voltaire ~


There have been many cases in which stars have come to us first to break the news because they knew the pressure was on. They wanted to have it on the air so that they could give their honest evaluation of the situation.
~By Mary Hart ~


I have before me a newspaper slip on which a writer expresses the opinion that no one should be allowed to possess more than one million dollars' worth of property.
~By William Graham Sumner ~


They pulled Resurrection out of the theatres, so it was running in New York and I was nominated for the Oscar and there was no ad in the newspapers to say it was running. So it was literally killed.
~By Ellen Burstyn ~


Today they have proven once again that the mainstream media can't print enough bad news about our troops.
~By Joe Scarborough ~


I went to work. That was a turning point. When you have to do eight shows a week and your name is on the marquee, no matter what is going on at home or what's on the cover of the newspapers, you've got to do your job.
~By Marla Maples ~


With the recent news that the State of Florida has agreed to purchase 181,000 acres of U.S. Sugar land, we have an historic opportunity for our larger restoration efforts and for the people of Florida. This too will not come without difficult challenges, but it reminds us that anything is possible.
~By Debbie Wasserman Schultz ~


The news of the open military help to Franco from Hitler and Mussolini, and the heroic resistance of the people of Madrid, Barcelona and the big cities fired a widespread wish to help the Republic and its people.
~By Bill Alexander ~


News is what somebody somewhere wants to suppress; all the rest is advertising.
~By Lord Northcliffe ~


I don't want the news to be patriotic. I don't want to see flags on the lapels of the anchors. I don't want any of that.
~By Aaron McGruder ~


The news of the discovery spread fast all over the country, and inquisitive enquiries mingled with congratulations from this moment became the daily programme.
~By Howard Carter ~


CBS news anchor Dan Rather has interviewed Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein. When asked what it was like to talk to a crazy man, Saddam said, 'It's not so bad.'
~By Conan O'Brien ~


Even though mother's issues are not front page news, they touch us all personally, some more than others, and I believe passionately in the power of grassroots engagement.
~By Joan Blades ~


The great sadness of my life is that I never achieved the hour newscast, which would not have been twice as good as the half-hour newscast, but many times as good.
~By Walter Cronkite ~


Newspapers write ringing editorials declaring that this is and always was a democracy.
~By Robert Welch ~


In college, I got interested in news because the world was coming apart. The civil rights movement, the antiwar movement, the women's right movement. That focused my radio ambitions toward news.
~By Bob Edwards ~


Look, obviously that was - created quite a firestorm, but Newsweek editors have made clear that this was a situation where, you know, a solid, well-placed source provided some information.
~By Michael Isikoff ~


You will read in the newspaper more often about federal courts, but the law that affects people, the trials that affect human beings are by and large in the state courts.
~By Stephen Breyer ~


Political reporters no longer get to decide what's news. The days when a minister gave briefings to a dozen lobby correspondents, and thereby dictated the next day's headlines, are over. Now, a thousand bloggers decide for themselves what is interesting. If enough of them are tickled then, bingo, you're news.
~By Daniel Hannan ~


Once a newspaper touches a story, the facts are lost forever, even to the protagonists.
~By Norman Mailer ~


There are two sayings that are familiar in every news room across the country: 1) sex sells; 2) if it bleeds it leads.
~By Armstrong Williams ~


We know our son. We know he's not a pedophile like some of these newscasters are saying. That is not true.
~By Joseph Jackson ~


Television news is like a lightning flash. It makes a loud noise, lights up everything around it, leaves everything else in darkness and then is suddenly gone.
~By Hodding Carter ~


In Fargo, they say, well, that's a job. How well do you get paid? For example, for this book I was written about in Entertainment Weekly, and it was kind of cool because my mom asked me if Entertainment Weekly was a magazine or a newspaper.
~By Chuck Klosterman ~


What I think is highly inappropriate is what's going on across the Internet, a kind of political jihad against Dan Rather and CBS News that's quite outrageous.
~By Tom Brokaw ~


Live so that when the final summons comes you will leave something more behind you than an epitaph on a tombstone or an obituary in a newspaper.
~By Billy Sunday ~


The Internet has exceeded our collective expectations as a revolutionary spring of information, news, and ideas. It is essential that we keep that spring flowing. We must not thwart the Internet's availability by taxing access to it.
~By Chris Cannon ~


America is a country of inventors, and the greatest of inventors are the newspaper men.
~By Alexander Graham Bell ~


There should be a background check every time a firearm is transferred. You shouldn't be able to go to a gun show and buy guns without a background check. There are Internet gun sales, classified ads in the newspapers - and you can buy guns without background checks.
~By Michael D. Barnes ~


I want the news delivered unbiased. I thought that was the whole point with journalism.
~By Aaron McGruder ~


When I worked in Los Angeles covering hard news, very often when something important would happen I'd be off in the woods covering something unimportant, which was more interesting to me.
~By Charles Kuralt ~


People write negatives things, cause they feel that's what sells. Good news to them, doesn't sell.
~By Michael Jackson ~


You can never get all the facts from just one newspaper, and unless you have all the facts, you cannot make proper judgements about what is going on.
~By Harry S. Truman ~


I found out that you could audition by sending a picture of yourself and some information to Newsround.
~By Rupert Grint ~


The Defense Department's plan to ban newspaper reporters from pool coverage of military operations is incredible. It reveals the administration to be out of touch with journalism, reality and the First Amendment.
~By Arthur Ochs Sulzberger ~


Why something in the public interest such as television news can be fought over, like a chain of hamburger stands, eludes me.
~By Jimmy Breslin ~


He who laughs has not yet heard the bad news.
~By Bertolt Brecht ~


It's always better to deliver the news yourself rather than allow your boss to be surprised.
~By Mary Cheney ~


Good company and good discourse are the very sinews of virtue.
~By Izaak Walton ~


But the good news is that out in the countryside, just about every place that's got a zip code has somebody or some group of people battling the economic and political exclusion that Wall Street and Washington are shoving down our throats.
~By Jim Hightower ~


I think the idea of creating a television news source that is not beholden to corporate interests is nirvana.
~By Phil Donahue ~


There will always be a certain element of extremists on either side, left or right, who no mainstream news outlet is going to satisfy.
~By Jonathan Klein ~


Webster and I are very aloof. The two of us go and sit there by ourselves. I sit by myself in the corner with my book and the newspaper. He kind of runs around a little bit, and then he goes and sits on top of the picnic table. He never plays with other little dogs.
~By Calista Flockhart ~


The work is with me when I wake up in the morning; it is with me while I eat my breakfast in bed and run through the newspaper, while I shave and bathe and dress.
~By C. S. Forester ~


The advertisements in a newspaper are more full knowledge in respect to what is going on in a state or community than the editorial columns are.
~By Henry Ward Beecher ~


The news is what it is. It's going to be good, it's going to be positive, it's going to be negative. It's going to have all sorts of effects on candidates always.
~By Mark E. Hyman ~


The Iraq War marked the beginning of the end of network news coverage. Viewers saw the juxtaposition of the embedded correspondents reporting the war as it was actually unfolding and the jaundiced, biased, negative coverage of these same events in the network newsrooms.
~By Dick Morris ~


When the news wants to tell you something is important, they put dramatic theme music behind it. They scare you into watching the story.
~By Aaron McGruder ~


I mean, the idea that Bar could have sent him off on a Grand Tour. But he wasn't the least bit interested. Why? Why isn't he interested in the world? Because here's the bad news for him: He's in the world now.
~By Chris Matthews ~


I do want to write about Jane Whitefield again, but only when I have a good enough idea - something I've figured out about her that's news and that's worth a reader's time.
~By Thomas Perry ~


The current wisdom now is that if the three networks are covering the news the same way the difference is the anchor people. I think that won't be true in the future.
~By Roone Arledge ~


Although computer memory is no longer expensive, there's always a finite size buffer somewhere. When a big piece of news arrives, everybody sends a message to everybody else, and the buffer fills.
~By Benoit Mandelbrot ~


I had brought up from Chile a contract agent whose cover was that of a newspaper publisher in Santiago, a young, very talented man, named Dave Phillips, who later on carved quite a career for himself in the agency.
~By E. Howard Hunt ~


If you watch the news and don't like it, then this is your counter program to the news.
~By Jon Stewart ~


Sometimes we read or hear too much news that makes us fearful or suspicious of others. We can forget that most of the people that we know, or at least encounter regularly, are decent and friendly.
~By Adrienne Clarkson ~


The good news is that a competitive dollar in the global market and a strong dollar at home are compatible in both the long run and during the transition to a more competitive dollar.
~By Martin Feldstein ~


I was on the cover of a lot of newspapers. I was on the cover of USA Today for every single day for a month. I was on the masthead, so I tend to get recognized a lot, and in weird places. It's always flattering, and it's always odd. It's always at the worst possible time.
~By Augusten Burroughs ~


Television has certain imperatives that CNN had the luxury of ignoring for a long period of time. CNN could take the position that the news would be the star, because in most of the programming day, they were the only all-news operation on the air.
~By Brit Hume ~


In so many of the other beats these days, there are these layers of public relations people that you have to go through to get to the newsmakers themselves.
~By Bob Schieffer ~


There is a certain comfort in waking up and finding that Michael Jackson is still the Big Story. At least it tells you that nothing horrible has happened in the world that would force them to move on to real news.
~By Pat Sajak ~


News, news, news - that is what we want. You cannot beat news in a newspaper.
~By Arthur Christiansen ~


And in the Second World War, you didn't just read about it in the newspapers because you weren't allowed to read it in the newspapers. It was all censored, you know? So nobody knew what we were doing.
~By Patrick Macnee ~


Washington newspaper men know everything.
~By Buffalo Bill ~


This brought on the news media, TV crews, interviews, and numerous public appearances.
~By Ryan White ~


I draw a weekly comic strip called Life in Hell, which is syndicated in about 250 newspapers. That's what I did before The Simpsons, and what I plan to do for the rest of my life.
~By Matt Groening ~


The news anchor is exactly that - an anchor, a center, a focus.
~By Jessica Savitch ~


It was tough for him in that newsroom with Ted Baxter getting all the glory and this poor guy doing all the work. Murray worried so much he worried his hair off!
~By Gavin MacLeod ~


We like to engage in a normal publishing effort, which is to act in a responsible manner and make sure the material is not likely to harm anyone, that it is properly investigated by quality news organizations, and by lawyers and human rights groups and so on.
~By Julian Assange ~


No news is good news.
~By Ludovic Halevy ~


I don't think you can compromise, news either has integrity or it doesn't. It either is accurate, balanced and fair or it isn't.
~By Richard Parsons ~


The good news is, Americans know firsthand the benefits of a free market - more choices, lower prices, higher quality - and there is no reason why we cannot help them see these same benefits in health care.
~By John Shadegg ~


Introductions, that is, belong to the masterpieces and classics of the world, to the great and ancient and accepted things; and I am here introducing a short, small story of my own which appeared in The Evening News about ten months ago.
~By Arthur Machen ~


I'm glad that he's got all this behind him. And I'm pretty sure that there's a lot of people - and there are certain people that don't report the news accurate for their own personal fame and gain. And they know who they are.
~By Tito Jackson ~


Anger is one of the sinews of the soul.
~By Thomas Fuller ~


In a lot of cases, as in Tom and Nicole's case, the tabloids were about to break the story, so they said just let the news out. And they called organizations such as ours.
~By Mary Hart ~


Habit with it's iron sinews, clasps us and leads us day by day.
~By Alphonse de Lamartine ~


I had a financial page to write in the Mail on Sunday where I'd give tips on shares. I worked there for two and a half years. Nothing compares to the burst of energy felt on a newsroom floor when a big story breaks.
~By Adam Faith ~


The proud man counts his newspaper clippings, the humble man his blessings.
~By Fulton J. Sheen ~


The biggest difference between Kennedy and Nixon, as far as the press is concerned, is simply this: Jack Kennedy really liked newspaper people and he really enjoyed sparring with journalists.
~By Ben Bradlee ~


I believe the Times is a great newspaper, but a profoundly fallible one.
~By Daniel Okrent ~


Their coverage on the Fox News Channel has been atrocious. The stuff that comes out of Sean Hannity's mouth has been infuriating. The stuff that Bill O'Reilly says has been illogical. You go up and down the schedule and it's insanity over there. The number of lies, perpetuated, promoted by Fox News is just shameful and it hurts everybody.
~By David Shuster ~


News is what a chap who doesn't care much about anything wants to read. And it's only news until he's read it. After that it's dead.
~By Evelyn Waugh ~


If the news isn't there, don't create it. If I look at local news, I don't know what's real.
~By Willie Herenton ~


Newspaper editors are men who separate the wheat from the chaff, and then print the chaff.
~By Adlai E. Stevenson ~


Ever since I've become chairman, there have been profiles of me in People, George, The Washington Post, The Detroit News, and all of them could have been written by the same person.
~By Julian Bond ~


But if you cover the World Series on the news or do a feature on an Ali boxing match then all of a sudden ears go up all over the place and people say what the hell are you doing. The reason for that is that we're doing something that people are really interested in.
~By Roone Arledge ~


Revenge... is like a rolling stone, which, when a man hath forced up a hill, will return upon him with a greater violence, and break those bones whose sinews gave it motion.
~By Albert Schweitzer ~


The first writing I did was short short stories for a newspaper syndicate for which I was paid five dollars a piece on publication.
~By Theodore Sturgeon ~


You promised to take care of me and not to turn your back on me. How is it possible that you never wrote to me even once and you never came back to see me? Do you think that it is fun for me to spend months, even years, without any news, without any hope!
~By Camille Claudel ~


Television is not the exclusive target of promoters. Is Superman really worthy of a Newsweek cover?
~By Phil Donahue ~


Our society has changed in unforeseeable ways since Social Security was created. For example, we are living longer, healthier, and more productive lives and while this is all great news, this has also placed added pressure on America's retirement system.
~By Norm Coleman ~


Gossip is just news running ahead of itself in a red satin dress.
~By Liz Smith ~


I've never canceled a subscription to a newspaper because of bad cartoons or editorials. If that were the case, I wouldn't have any newspapers or magazines to read.
~By Richard M. Nixon ~

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